Townhouse In The Village? Socket Switch Simon Tells the Story of Culture and Time

For a long time, the identity of Vietnamese housing has been an issue that has troubled architects. They flip up and fold down, edit and erase in modern application drawings. The process of urbanization entails many changes, convenience factors and imported tastes combined with the "ancient" and "ancient culture" characteristics transform Vietnamese housing in villages and hamlets. under another more suitable form.

With modern characteristics combined with elements of rural landscape, townhouse architecture in Vietnamese villages with full amenities but still blending into nature, the general architecture of the village is a popular trend in many places. direction.

Housing architectural features carry national identity

Familiar and contains social links

To design a house with national identity, it is necessary to combine layout, symbols and concise artistic images. Ancient Vietnamese people were rich in sentiment and philosophy, so each shape in each item and object contained hidden intellectual meanings or glimpses of agriculture as well as a spirit of solidarity and cohesion.

Connect with nature

The beauty of rural houses is the harmonious combination of architecture with nature. Its colors and materials are often close to the organic elements of the natural landscape. In addition, the space changes according to community living habits, the architectural space is designed semi-closed, semi-open, to receive wind, sunlight and create open doors to receive the energy of heaven and earth.


Flexibility in space layout

In fact, the nature of culture and locality expressed in Vietnamese architecture is influenced by the people's activities, lifestyle, and thinking. According to many studies, Vietnamese people have practiced in an eclectic "mixed mind" for generations. Therefore, the style and carved details create influence, carry symbolism, and contain this nature. Patterns or decorative objects do not fall within a clear framework between the rules of being decisive, strong or completely flexible and soft. Depending on each period, housing architecture has applications that change and adapt appropriately.

The innovation and transformation of townhouses in the village

Times change, people's trends and tastes also change. Instead of houses with 3 rooms and many wings, people prefer to choose to build villas, villas or multi-storey houses. The rusticity and identity have gradually faded away and seem to have changed the face of the village. However, if we look deeper into reality, the village is not completely lost but is "softened" in terms of social standards and principles.

The houses are built solidly but still retain the village's personality with choices of construction materials, wind position or direction of the rooms in the house. The gentle beauty of the flower garden on the balcony mixed with modern architecture shows the loveliness and romance of the Vietnamese countryside.


Talented architects do not take risks when designing a house. They understand and love the rustic character of the countryside and are also shrewd when choosing details to innovate on that rural soul. Protecting what is called indigenous nature is sometimes not about complete copying but perhaps creating a newer, more personal version that is still in harmony with nature, time and place. Because after all, people only carry memories and culture to live with time.

People talk a lot about planning, talk a lot about the fading of the countryside through contemporary housing architecture, but perhaps time is something that is always moving forward and so is aesthetics. We may not be able to fully retain the countryside and simplicity of the village, but we can still retain the touches connected to the delicate and creative Vietnamese features.

Touch points that connect culture and era 

What makes the connection of culture and era beyond architecture? Maybe it just needs to be small, simple things that are rich in inspiration and symbolism. A set of tables and chairs, a painting, a vase of flowers or some floral patterns on the wall? Or even socket switches, which symbolize connection and cohesion. 

The rhythm of time, the transition of nature, the intersection of tradition and modernity, and the research and shaping of emotions in each button that Simon has created in a very delicate and gentle way. and full of vibes. The brand explores the Vietnamese people's consciousness to truly bring unique products rich in indigenous character to apply to townhouses in the village.


Simon has 3 main colors in the product lines K1, K3, S5, S6, i7, E6. Each line symbolizes a profound sense of space and time. If K1 has the appearance of graceful oriental beauty, K3 has a spacious beauty that is still soft and poetic. S5 is a smooth transition between tradition and modernity, a bridge between the past and the future. S6, i7, E6 possess features that point towards an elegant, elegant style. Depending on the purpose of the residential space, customers will choose corresponding lines of separate socket switches.

The harmony of the times can also be expressed through products from the V8 socket switch line. This is a high-end product with a variety of materials that can be applied such as glass, stone, metal, etc. The colors of V8 are also diverse and unique. Customers can enjoy a "world" of amenities while still being immersed in a romantic, natural space. 

dentist-in-lang-cong-tac-o-cam-simon-ke-cau-chuyen-van-flowers-and-thoi-daiFinding a completely rural architecture is probably an impossible problem at present. Yet with all the love and meaning that the countryside people have preserved for thousands of generations and the continuity of cultural exchanges of the times, a townhouse in the village is still imbued with Vietnamese essence. completely doable.

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